Give the same rights to others
as we seek for ourselves,
share and live life free from ill judgements
shrugging off other’s unnecessary pride and prejudice.
Do you judge others by their clothes?
Do you judge others by appearances?
Do you judge according to your actions and your hidden conscience?
Do you judge others by the way they speak or write or express themselves?
Do you judge others by their success?
Do you judge others by their age, religion, race, status and professions?
Do you judge others by their efforts?
Do you judge others honestly based on what is truly right and what is basically wrong?
Do you judge others by their acts?
Do you judge others by your ideals and expectations?
Do you judge others according to the gossips and misinformations?
Do you judge others by their deficiencies?
Do you judge others by their heart?
Why do you think I have so many questions that can go on and on forever?
That is because often times we ourselves can be the victim of unfair, unjust, malicious judgmental eyes, irrational tongues, wayward hearts and clamorous souls.
From our various experiences in life, it is wise to grow good judgement.
Many of them can come from our bad experiences in life. We commit mistakes, we cope up with difficulties and we thrive in this life differently from others so it is useless to pass unnecessary bad or malicious judgement.
Take care and cope up well between the torrents of good and bad judgement.
an excerpt from my memoir book:
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